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    Show dubious actions

    - In Finland the government gives high-level competent officials higher salaries and will sack incompetent officials who show dubious actions.

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    Re: Show dubious actions

    Quote Originally Posted by namloan View Post
    - In Finland the government gives high-level competent officials higher salaries and will sack incompetent officials who show dubious actions. !
    I don't like 'high-level competent officials' but I can't think of a better suggestion at the moment.
    'show dubious actions' is wrong. Why not just leave it at 'incompetent officials'?

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